Centre for Children's Rights
Prof Laura Lundy
Professor of Education Law and Children's Rights
LL.B, LL.M, PhD,
Barrister at Law
Non-acting until October 2015. Please direct all queries to the Deputy Director, Lesley Emerson
Prof David Archard
Dr Bronagh Byrne
Prof Paul Connolly
Prof Jannette Elwood
Dr Lee Jerome
Dr Karen Kerr
Dr Sylvie Langlaude
Prof Ruth Leitch
Dr Katrina Lloyd
Dr Chelsea Marshall
Dr Sarah Miller
Dr Karen Orr
Dr Dirk Schubotz
Dr Ron Smith
Dr Karen Winter
News from the Centre for Children's Rights
Centre for Children’s Rights members attend children’s rights events in Dubli
On Wednesday 17th June, Professor Laura Lundy and Dr Karen Orr from the Centre for Children’s Rights attended the launch of the Irish National Strategy on...
Doctoral Students Engaging with Schools and Children on Children’s Rights
Children’s Rights at Queen’s (CRAQ) is a new initiative in the Centre for Children’s Rights which is led by doctoral students at the Schools of...
Visiting Research Fellow joins Centre for Children's Rights
The Centre is delighted to be hosting Alison Kearney as a visiting scholar for the next month. Alison is an Associate Professor at Massey University in New Zealand and was the head of the School...
New report by the Centre for Children's Rights on Children's Rights Education in 26 Countries
UNICEF has recently published the findings from a research project undertaken by the Centre for Children’s Rights examining the implementation of...
Centre members present at American Educational Research Association Conference
On 18th April Lesley Emerson and Katrina Lloyd presented a paper at the American Educational Research Association Conference in Chicago. Lesley outlined the...
Archard, D. (2014) 'Children, autonomy and well-being,' in Colin Macleod and Alexander Bagattini (eds.) The Concept of Child Well-Being Dordrect: Springer
Archard, D. (2014) 'Procreating,' in S. Luper (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Life and Death Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Langlaude, S. (2014) Parental Disputes, Religious Upbringing and Welfare in English Law and the ECHR, Religion and Human Rights: An International Journal 9(1), 1-30.